MPs to end logbook menace this week

The Transitional National Legislative Assembly is expected to amend the traffic laws to protect the public from extortion by traffic police officers. This is according to the chairperson of the Information Committee at the august house. Paul Yoane says the law will seek to bring to an end the renewal of Logbooks every year. The […]

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South Sudan, Kenya and Ethiopia to fund Lapsset projects

South Sudan, Kenya and Ethiopia have agreed to jointly source funding for their infrastructure projects under the umbrella of the African Union. The three neighboring countries plan to mobilize millions of dollars to build infrastructure linking their economies. They also agreed on joint budgetary allocation during last week’s meeting attended by the African Union High […]

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Arabsat set to switch off SSBC over fee arrears

Arabsat communication organizations is threatening to cut off the South Sudan Broadcasting Corporation TV from its satellite services beginning Monday, 20 January, for failing to pay over $2 million. The operator based in the city of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, delivers satellite-based, public and private telecommunications services to SSBC across the world. It broadcasts in English […]

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